The Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology enables students to develop skills in the areas of web processing, databases, networking, programming, and various operating systems. These skills enable students to seek positions within the information technology industry.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science prepares students for careers as systems programmers in a scientific and/or engineering environment and for graduate work in computer science. Mathematics and engineering courses supplement a strong core of computer science courses, enabling students to design and implement software that requires complicated computations, data structures, and interfaces.
The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems prepares students for careers as application programmers/analysts in a business environment and for further graduate work in information systems. Business courses supplement a strong core of technical courses to enable students to design and implement business process systems that require programming, databases, web development, networking, and client-server processing.
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology prepares students for careers in administering heterogeneous computer systems and networks. The curriculum consists of an integrated set of courses in networking, web development and administration, database development and administration, systems administration, and computer forensics.